Presbyters Uniwersytet Warszawski
PR 779

Cato, presbyter in Clermont (Gaul), 531-571

Reference to prosopography: PCBE Gaule 1: Cato 2

Chronological and
geographical framework:

buried in Clermont (Gaul),
Attested presbyterial activity: 531 - 571 in Clermont (Gaul),


Travel and change of residence
Ecclesiastical transfer
Former ecclesiastical career - Lower clergy
Former ecclesiastical career - Deacon
Functions within the Church - Urban presbyter
Described by a title - Presbyter/πρεσβύτερος
Impediments or requisits for the office - Age
Usurping episcopal power
Fame of sanctity
Ritual activity - Eucharist
Ritual activity - Burying the dead
Ecclesiastical administration - Administering Church property
Economic status and activity - Indication of wealth
Reverenced by
Relation with - Another presbyter
Relation with - Bishop/Monastic superior
Relation with - Deacon
Relation with - Lower cleric
Relation with - Woman
Further ecclesiastical career - None
Administration of justice - Ecclesiastical
Administration of justice - Financial punishment
Ritual activity - Daily mass
Theoretical considerations - On church hierarchy
Devotion - Vigils
Devotion - Fasting
Devotion - Almsgiving
Devotion - Ascetic practice
Pastoral activity - Helping the poor and needy
Ritual activity - Chanting
Education - Knowledge of canons
Impediments or requisits for the office - Ecclesiastical career
Ecclesiastical administration - Overseeing clergy and Church staff
Please quote this record referring to its author, database name, number, and, if possible, stable URL: J. Szafranowski, Presbyters in the Late Antique West, PR779,